Scottish Step Dance is the close-to-the-floor form of Scottish dancing (and cousin of Irish hard shoe) which is enjoying a revival in recent years. Classes are beginning again in January for both Beginners and those who may have danced it before, taught by Fiona Campbell.The classes will cover steps that are used for solo, social dances and routines. They are part of the programme run by Edinburgh University Society New Scotland – though you do not need to be associated with the University to attend them.Ideally you should wear hard-soled shoes or trainers to get maximum enjoyment! Catch a wee look at us having fun with our Strathspey & Reel steps at the Edinburgh University Dance Show earlier this year - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qBVco1RbsoEach class is pay as you go: £3 member, £5 non-member.Membership (whole year): £14 student, £28 non-student, £55 patron, orMembership (semester): £8 student, £16 non-student.The regular Scottish Step Dance classes begin on Monday 15 January in the Braid Room in the Pleasance West building as part of the Pleasance complex, on The Pleasance, EH8 9TJ. Beginners at 6.30pm and Returners at 7.30pm.
Regular classes are held in the Braid Room, Pleasance West Building as part of the Pleasance Complex, The Pleasance, EH8 9TJ.
Start Time & Duration:
6.30pm Beginners; 7.30pm Returners
Call Fiona on 0795 191 8366 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to check what level you should start at or any other queries. For other details you can visit the New Scotland website: http://eunscds.com/ or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2217832358/